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The Best Baby Toys of 2022 | by Beyond the Blackboard

Katie Mitchell
Katie Mitchell

December 19, 2022 2 min read

Our owners research the best toys in the industry, our Play Experts test and review them, and we stock only our favorite products - so you can be sure you're getting a great toy every time you order from our family business.

From birth to the celebration of their first birthday, your baby is developing quickly. From their first laugh to suddenly toddling everywhere, developmentally appropriate baby toys should grow with your child and their newfound skills. Baby toys should be educational, entertaining, fun, and safe! 

Here are the best baby toys of 2022.

An adorable singing elephant that comes to life with the push of a button. This plush elephant by Gund features 2 play modes to entertain baby, and enhanced audio and volume controls.

Baby Gund Flappy the Elephant

A big splash of Dimpl fascination to add to bath time. Three coral-like critters are teeming with discoveries to explore. Little explorers will love this bath toy!

Fat Brain Dimpl Splash

A stack of boats with spraying water effects to enchant your child's tubby time during those magical early years. This bath toy for babies is the ultimate silly contraption!

Stack N Spray Tub Fountain

A simple yet multidimensional ball that is designed to grow with your child as they develop. Little hands will be occupied for hours once you introduce them to the Woblii sensory baby toy.

Best Baby Toys 2022 Woblii Sensory Toy

An incredibly unique shape exploration experience! As your child pushes the shapes through the elastic bands of the cube, curiosity is sparked and young minds can't help but explore, experiment, and discover.

Inny Bin

Three, high-quality silicone spheres to mesmerize the eyes and capture the imagination. Enliven your baby's playtime expeditions with our cleverly captivating Sensory Rollers.

sitting baby wearing denim overalls, inspecting Fat Brain Sensory Rollers

A fun, dynamic, safe toy developed by doctors and therapists to be playful and therapeutic. Little fingers can't resist Wigloo's silicone bubble poppers, springy cords, spinning rings, and multiple sensory textures.

Wigloo activity toy

A twirling and whirling delightful sensory adventure! Hold them, explore their unique contours, chomp on them, and let them soothe sore gums.

Whirly Squigz

Three unique sensory experiences ready to clip and go anywhere! There's so much for the fingers to explore.

Dimpl Clutch

A colorful ball that features handles that click with every twist. Keep little ones entertained with this baby toy ball that also rattles when shaken.

sitting baby playing with Click Clack Ball by Manhattan Toy

When it comes to toys and gifts for babies, Beyond the Blackboard has you covered. The Beyond the Blackboard team (who are parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and educators) have played with, gifted, and personally recommend every item on this list. Find more of our top gift and toy picks for all ages, here

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